Pet

Nonfood

Grocers Cater to the Not-So-Secret Lives of Pets

Sales climb of high-end, economical and fringe pet products.

Nonfood

Pet Sales a Treat for Grocers

Consumers who are spending more time at home amid the pandemic are buying more treats and toys for their four-legged family members.

The Doggie Dessert cups, which debuted in two flavors, are rolling out in grocery stores.

Sales of treats—and those deemed "better for your pet"—increase, reflecting consumers’ desire to pamper their furry campions.

Need insurance for your pandemic pet? Sure, says Walmart.

Pet medications can now be filled at the retailer’s locations in Florida.

The largest trend in the CBD/hemp category is pet products.

High-quality food for dogs and cats is in demand as consumers seek products that mimic what they eat.

WGB's Breakroom guest talks wellness, sales and innovation in the pet aisle, and reveals his top three cartoon dogs of all time.

Sixty-three percent of Americans own a dog, creating an opportunity for retailers to find ways to bring dog-owning customers closer to the fold.

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